11 agriculture related deaths already in 2014

Since the beginning of 2014 the Health and Safety Authority have recorded 11 deaths as a result of farm related accidents. Each year the number of deaths related to work in the farming sector remain significantly higher than any other industry sector. It is time to start reversing the trend! The Health and Safety Authority […]

IOSH Ireland Western District Seminar – Farmyard Safety and Windfarm Construction 11th March 2014, Galway

IOSH Ireland Western District committee are hosting a FREE seminar in the Maldron Hotel, Oranmore, Galway on Tuesday the 11th of March from 7pm-9pm. The seminar will focus on the following topics: Farmyard health and safety John Kennedy, Inspector, Agriculture and Forestry Policy unit, HSA John will outline the accident record for the agricultural sector, […]

Carbon Monoxide The Silent Killer

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After hearing Aoife’s story on the Ray Darcy Show this morning I thought this was too important and too scary to ignore. To listen to Aoife’s Story about her family’s VERY near death experience listen to the Today FM’s podcast CARBON MONOXIDE REALLY IS A SILENT KILLER Safety Precautions include: Ensure your appliances are correctly […]

Tips for keeping your child safe this Christmas

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Christmas can be an exciting and wonderful time for children. But it can also be a dangerous time of year. Taking a quick look around your home and you may see extra decorations, both small and large, Christmas lights and loads of lovely new toys. The very last thing you want is for your child […]

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